Our 6 Favorite Pizza Spots in the Burg

Pizza Box

The small spot in the EDGE District made a major splash upon arrival. Their wood-fired pizzas are simply glorious. Back in December, their Debbie’s Veggies Pizza floored us. The pie was made with apple cider glazed Brussel sprout slaw, caramelized onions, asiago and mozzarella cheese. A consistent customer favorite is the Saint Michael’s Supreme — San Marzano tomato sauce, Boar’s Head shredded mozzarella, fire roasted red peppers, caramelized onions, mushrooms, Boar’s Head pepperoni.

Pizza Box, 923 Central Avenue

Cappy’s

If you’re in the mood for deep dish pizza, then Cappy’s is the spot to visit. The Grand Central District staple serves Chicago- and New York-style pies, along with a list of salads and calzones. Grab a seat on their lovely brick patio and enjoy a slice under the St. Pete stars.

Cappy’s Pizza, 2900 1st Avenue North

Paisano’s Pizza and Pasta

This family restaurant has brought good vibes and fresh bites to 4th Street since 1974. Their mozzarella sticks and zucchini fries are legendary and their pizzas are comfort food incarnate. They now even offer gluten-free pizza. If you’re enjoying a sit-down dinner, make sure to take advantage of their excellent salad bar.

Paisano’s, 6000 4th Street North

Noble Crust

Noble Crust brought the culinary renaissance of downtown to 4th Street. Their brunch is a must-try, their cocktail menu — including the Kahwa-tini — is a revelation and their pizzas are perfection. The Margherita topped fresh prosciutto is the perfect treat on a cool afternoon.

Noble Crust, 8300 4th Street North

Old Northeast Pizza

We’d be remiss if we didn’t include Old Northeast Pizza. When you’re famished a few slices from this gem will satiate you and then some. Their fresh from the oven pies answer the call of late night cravings and midday munchies. When you visit, we recommend you keep it simple with a slice of their pepperoni pie — it’s flawless.

Old Northeast Pizza, 718 2nd Street North

FarmTable Cucina

With a menu worth tasting from top to bottom, FarmTable Cucina’a happy hour menu is where you can score one of their tasty Margherita Pizza for just $9 made with Locale made mozzarella, pomodoro and fresh basil. Add burrata and prosciutto for nom, nom greatness.

FarmTable Cucina is located at Sundial, 179 2nd Ave. North

Written by Brian Bailey

Brian Bailey is the founder and editor of I Love the Burg and That's So Tampa. In addition to regular contributions to each blog, he's been featured as a commentator to Bay New 9, The Tampa Tribune, The Tampa Bay Times, The Tampa Bay Business Journal and The Business Observer as well as national outlets including The Huffington Post and The Wall Street Journal. Bailey also serves as the CEO of RKC.me, a Tampa Bay-based digital agency.